The University of Edinburgh
​​​​​​​James Clerk Maxwell Building



Mersive Gen 3 Solstice

Sennheiser SpeechLine Mics

The GV Scottish team undertook a comprehensive installation at the University of Edinburgh’s James Clerk Maxwell Building. The aim was to change the use of a quiet study space into a high-end training room inclusive of a large format interactive display, repeater displays for group workstations, HDBaseT transmission of video, audio, Ethernet, and control.

The ability to use the space for ad-hoc sessions, including BYOD, was also taken into consideration. As the space had previously been designed for quiet independent study, the project required a complete overhaul of the AV within the space.

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A longstanding relationship.

GV has a longstanding relationship with the University and has worked with various members of the AV team on successive installations.

Having worked with the University to develop their AV standards, this installation was initiated to trial a new training room model which could then be rolled out across the establishment in due course. The team relished this exciting, pioneering assignment.

The brief from the University of Edinburgh was thorough, detailed and specific. GV were mindful to adhere to this brief and were meticulous from commencement of the project. This project stands out due to the team’s ability to provide a solution in line with the customer’s high AV standards and thus offer a system that is uniform in terms of user access while being technologically proficient.

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Meeting high standards.

GV’s Scottish team delivered a solution that ably met the customer’s brief, leaving them very satisfied with the overall result and accepting this pilot room as a template to roll out to other spaces in the University. The customer made note to commend GV for their high standards, singling out the straightforward commission process.